DreamWorks Animation SKG has revealed details of its use of HP technology in its latest film, Puss in Boots.
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The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has claimed that Australian consumers are embracing multiple forms of communication technologies, with mobile phones being the “bulk of voice communications.”
Kmart Australia will replace its local area network infrastructure with Ethernet switches, with the project set to support some 180 stores across Australia and New Zealand.
Lifeline has gone live with its call centre upgrade, with the system set to enable the not-for-profit to increase its call capacity by 250,000 per year.
2012 will be the year when Google Apps will chip away at the Microsoft Office market, as the rise of mobile devices and social media could make managing a work life balance impossible, Gartner has claimed.
The United States has "no sense" about data security while public Cloud adoption is facilitating cyber crime, Trend Micro global CTO, Raimund Genes, has claimed.
A computer science student from the University of New South Wales has won IBM Australia’s Master the Mainframe contest.
The Biometrics Institute has announced the launch of its international privacy charter, with the document set to be released next week in Canberra.
Mind mapping is in the midst of a shift away from its traditional roots and is increasingly focused on being more about collaborative work management, a vendor has claimed.
It is predicted that 2012 will be the year when customer relationship management (CRM) software becomes truly customer centric and based on an open, Cloud orientated model, SugarCRM’s country manager has claimed.
The Australian Leisure and Hospitality Group (ALH) has saved $200,000 a year after moving its data warehousing from Oracle to Microsoft.
Australia’s largest privately owned mechanical services contractor has rolled out business analytics software across its business to increase its competitive edge.
V8 Supercar team Kelly Racing has streamlined its design process through the use of digital prototyping and multiphysics software.
The popularity of consumer devices combined with the launch of four learning hubs has caused the University of Sydney to deploy desktop virtualisation software across its campuses.
Disruptive technologies and the rise of bring-your-own (BYO) devices are two of the biggest challenges facing IT managers, Juniper has claimed.